SESSION VOCALIST & VOCAL COACH
LUCY HAS PROVIDED LIVE BACKING VOCALS FOR THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS
Florence & The Machine
Johnny Hates Jazz
Katrina & The Waves
The Blow Monkeys
Lucy is a highly sought-after vocalist and vocal coach based in Hertfordshire, UK. She has performed live alongside leading artists such as Florence Welch (Florence & The Machine), Don Broco, Pixie Lott, Anna Calvi, Elizabeth Fraser (Cocteau Twins/Massive Attack), Jade Bird, Jamie Cullum, Kurt Elling, Claire Richards (STEPS), Jason Donovan, Vince Gill, Michael Ball, Nigel Kennedy, Tom Chaplin (Keane), Gareth Malone and Rumer.
Beginning her training with The National Youth Choir of Great Britain, Lucy went on to graduate from The University of Southampton with a BA Hons in Music in 2007. She then spent three years as a member of the international a cappella group, The Swingle Singers. With the group, she travelled the world singing in famous concert venues including the iconic Teatro alla Scala in Milan.
Whilst providing backing vocals for Florence & The Machine on their 2015/16 World Tour, Lucy appeared on prime time TV shows such as The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Saturday Night Live, The Graham Norton Show, Later...with Jools Holland and The Ellen Show. Lucy has performed on some of the world's biggest stages, including Red Rocks Amphitheatre, The Hollywood Bowl and the steps of The Sydney Opera House. With the band, she has also headlined numerous iconic music festivals such as the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury and Coachella.
Lucy regularly records for studio sessions at the world famous Abbey Road and AIR studios and can be heard on numerous Hollywood movie soundtracks, including Elvis, Wonder Woman 1984, Avengers: Endgame, Aladdin, Beauty And The Beast, and The Hobbit.
As a vocal coach, Lucy has worked for prime time TV shows such as 'The Voice UK' and 'Little Mix: The Search'. Most recently, she has worked alongside Hugh Laurie on his directorial debut 'Why Didn't They Ask Evans' for Britbox TV. Lucy is currently head of voice at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance for the BA Music Performance & Industry course. She is the founder and director of The Vox Room - an online and in person vocal studio aimed at providing bespoke coaching and advice for professional singers & artists.
For recording sessions, backing vocals, international tours, vocal coaching and solo work, please get in touch via the contact form below.